My Neighbor’s Kids Are All Named After WWII Nazi Concentration Camps
My partner and I live in a nice cul de sac in a familiar sounding town name in Idaho.
A family moved onto the street less than a year ago. About 40 and “OK” looking, not skinheads at all but some forearm tats. A neighbor came over (her kids play with their kids) and said that the family was stranger than appeared to me and began talking to me about them.
It was the kid’s names that were so odd sounding for a blue collar family. Five kids: Mauthausen (Monty), Belzec (Bella) , Buchenwald (Butch), infant Sobibor (Sobi) and little Treblinka who apparently doesn’t warrant any abbreviation at all.
We are aghast that this crazy bullshit has touched our lives. I’d like to move but it would be hard to sell the house at this time. What would you do?
|by Anonymous||reply 63||08/20/2013|
That is not, I believe, founded it fact.
|by Anonymous||reply 1||08/14/2013|
Darling, spit out the plegmuh and try again.
|by Anonymous||reply 2||08/14/2013|
I don't see why it doesn't ring true R1. Many people name their children after places dear to their heart. I myself am named after the place I was conceived.
|by Anonymous||reply 3||08/14/2013|
It might be an Exemplary Study Tool, OP.
|by Anonymous||reply 5||08/14/2013|
Those kids will have Extra Special Playdates.
|by Anonymous||reply 6||08/14/2013|
R4, How about an anonymous call to the local newspaper to investigate the parent's motives? Could be stupid adults looking for shock value, or the result of deep seated anger and prejudice.
|by Anonymous||reply 7||08/14/2013|
Secretly start planting the idea in the kids' heads that the tortured souls of the people killed in the camps that they are named for now inhabit their bodies and will soon start telling them things that they must do.
|by Anonymous||reply 8||08/14/2013|
My question to the OP is...why in the hell are you gay and living in Idaho? Are you in the panhandle by chance? I wouldn't be caught living their with my partner. Scary place. Second, this kind of stuff is all too common there. You either have the fundie mormons all over the state, or you have the neo-nazi's in the panhandle and north of the Boise area.
|by Anonymous||reply 10||08/14/2013|
Oh Idaho. Yeah this is probably true then. I always wondered why Bruce willis was so enamored of it and then I found out he's a Republican. There are some scary, scary motherfuckers out there
|by Anonymous||reply 11||08/14/2013|
"My partner and I live in a nice cul de sac in a familiar sounding town name in Idaho."
Why is this turn of events surprising to you? Even the fucking Mormons in Utah think the Mormons and the other freaks in Idaho are fucking shithouse rat crazy.
|by Anonymous||reply 13||08/14/2013|
R13, I've met LDS from ID. They claim End Times is coming so soon that they've acquired underground survival setups, complete with guns and extensive provisions.
|by Anonymous||reply 14||08/14/2013|
This woukd be a hilarious john wates type movie
|by Anonymous||reply 15||08/14/2013|
"Buchenwald! You git in here now! You need to change Treblinka, she got a shit pile going in her pants!
|by Anonymous||reply 16||08/14/2013|
OP, does their house have gas or electric furnace?
|by Anonymous||reply 17||08/15/2013|
Maybe the mother will do a Magda Goebbles on her kids- a cyanide capsule each. Then she and her husband will shoot themselves.
|by Anonymous||reply 19||08/15/2013|
What an Especially Scary Tale, OP!!!!!!!!!!!!
|by Anonymous||reply 20||08/15/2013|
[quote] and little Treblinka who apparently doesn’t warrant any abbreviation at all
I shall call him Blinky.
|by Anonymous||reply 21||08/15/2013|
OP, you in danger Gurrrl!
|by Anonymous||reply 22||08/15/2013|
OP, just wait till they figure out you and your partner aren't "roommates." Better move, stat (although it was stupid to move to Idaho in the first place).
|by Anonymous||reply 24||08/15/2013|
Not funny. Not believable. Racist. You hit the DL trifecta.
|by Anonymous||reply 25||08/15/2013|
6/10. It has originality.
|by Anonymous||reply 26||08/15/2013|
Wah............ this is so over the top, it's hysterical. I don't find it anti-semitic or offensive. It's brutal, razor sharp parody. The children and fraus can leave this thread immediately.
|by Anonymous||reply 27||08/15/2013|
Yes, those are just such lovely names OP.
|by Anonymous||reply 29||08/15/2013|
Are these lazy breaders going to stop at 5 ? Where is little Auschwitz ?
It will almost be embarrassing to send the children to (summer) camp.
|by Anonymous||reply 30||08/15/2013|
I went to school with kids from a family that had named the kids after famous members of the SS.
|by Anonymous||reply 31||08/15/2013|
R31, What city did you live in? Did the kids have any issues in school or in life? What became of them? Did they want to change their name?
|by Anonymous||reply 32||08/15/2013|
"Lair" might turn into the new shitty little Ann on the DL ...
|by Anonymous||reply 34||08/17/2013|
[quote]What would you do?
I would call the local news. They love this stuff and the story would definitely go international. It would certainly result in official scrutiny of the family by local authorities, their apparent avoidance of which is bit shocking. Treblinka and Buchenwald are very well-known. Surely someone at the hospital where they were born, or a clerk processing the birth certificates, would have been alarmed by the names. Radicals like these aren't looked too kindly upon by law enforcement. They're almost always up to some criminal behavior like drug and weapons trade, child abuse, etc.
So you really should do the right thing and call the local news. Then report back and tell us what happens next. We'll all monitor the news sites and wait for the story to break. Among your partner, yourself and your concerned neighbors I'm sure one of you will stand up and get some help for these kids, possibly get them out of that environment and give them a shot at a decent life not centered around hate and falsehoods.
Speaking of falsehoods, I must say that the fact that they're Neo Nazis isn't what stands out most in your Especially Shocking Tale, or even that they're so open about it. Many racists are quite proud of their views and are open about "living their values", so to speak.
No, what's most Egregious, Stupid and Telling about your "story" is that these Nazis Next Door take such particular pride in the Holocaust, an event that all real life Nazis severely downplay or deny outright. At best they'll try to claim that the historical record is shaky, the numbers were inflated and that most of those captured and killed were political enemies or treasonous resisters. Then they'll quickly change the subject. They don't name their kids after concentration camps.
Nazis exist who name their kids crazy shit and move in next door. They attract attention, though, and usually are revealed as the miscreants they are. Your Extra Sensational Tale is a bit much. 1/10
|by Anonymous||reply 35||08/17/2013|
My neighbor named his kids
they just welcomed baby Paxil
|by Anonymous||reply 37||08/17/2013|
I guess no Dachau since they didn't want to be too obvious.
|by Anonymous||reply 38||08/17/2013|
Bullshit thread. This is a joke from the funny 90's movie MADHOUSE with Kirstie Alley:
Bernice: I need your opinion on something here. These are my favorite names for the baby so far: "Amaretta," "Caramel," or "Treblinka" Claudia: You yokel, naming your baby after a German concentration camp! Bernice: I thought Treblinka was one of those cute little fairies from Cinderella. Claudia: You moron! Bernice: I hope my water breaks all over your fur coat!
|by Anonymous||reply 39||08/17/2013|
They need to keep trying for a little boy named Dak.
|by Anonymous||reply 40||08/17/2013|
It's creepy picturing the troll behind this dreaming this up. So unfunny.
|by Anonymous||reply 41||08/17/2013|
I am biracial (black and white) and got pulled over and harassed driving through Idaho. I was 7 miles over the limit on the freeway (the same as everyone else) but he pulled me over. He proceeded to harass me, and made me open my glovebox, and searched it and the side compartments of my car. He made me feel like a criminal. I was 18 years old, and driving to college at the time. I had never experienced anything like this. I will still, 20 years later, never drive through that state. I cannot imagine any minority willingly living there.
|by Anonymous||reply 42||08/17/2013|
Make an anonymous call to the Mossad. Those guys don't fuck around.
|by Anonymous||reply 43||08/17/2013|
My neighbor named his kids Felicity, Una, Charley, and Karen.
|by Anonymous||reply 44||08/17/2013|
Dear r42: That is what police often do when they stop people for speeding or other reasons. It happens to whites and others too. If this is the singular occurrence of you being stopped by police you should consider yourself lucky. And who knows? Maybe being stopped made you drive more carefully and avoid accidents since. You're not Oprah, are you?
|by Anonymous||reply 45||08/17/2013|
[quote]I cannot imagine any minority willingly living there.
But it's a lovely place to get married!
|by Anonymous||reply 46||08/17/2013|
I was on the freeway, driving along with traffic. 7 miles over the limit with traffic would not get a person pulled over, generally. That bastard had no right to dig through my glove box, or other areas of my vehicle. I sat there while he tore apart my car, looking for something incriminating. I had my little suitcase with my clothing and personal items that I had packed while looking forward to my future in college, and that asshole tore apart my things like they were nothing, and treated me like I was a lowlife piece of shit. Sorry, but I don't think this happens to white kids on their way to school. You have no idea.
|by Anonymous||reply 47||08/17/2013|
R42, R47, I'd be very careful driving in Idaho too, and avoid the state whenever possible, if I were in your position.
"Idaho was the site of the Southern Poverty Law Center’s huge victory over the Aryan Nations in 2000, and even though that lawsuit largely bankrupted the organization, the state apparently is still home to remnants of the group."
|by Anonymous||reply 48||08/17/2013|
I've been pulled over for speeding more than 7 miles an hour, and I'm white.
Besides: you are not excused from breaking the law just because you think other people are excused from it. I don't know why Dataloungers like yourself seem to think otherwise, but they do.
"I know it was against the rules, but everybody else was doing it!" I was taught back in kindergarten that argument doesn't fly anywhere.
|by Anonymous||reply 49||08/17/2013|
Did they search through your car and belongings when you were 7 miles over the speed limit, r49? Did they ask you why you were in the state and where you were going? He also asked how I 'got' the car even though the registration was in my name. I know that I was speeding, and would have been fine with a ticket. There was no excuse for him looking through my glovebox and suitcase. This was a blatant violation of my rights, but I was young and didn't realize it at the time. I would love to see an officer try to pull that with me now. I would sue the bastard to hell and back. The thing that bothers me the most about people like you, r49, is that you don't realize that these same redneck bastards in Idaho hate gay people just as much. Drive your ass through Idaho, and see how they treat you...then get back to me.
|by Anonymous||reply 50||08/17/2013|
R50, you, along with Oprah, are a drama queen. You didn't even get a ticket. You got off easy. Racism is being denied the right to vote, seek gainful employment, etc.
Stopping and searching speeders, yourself admittedly included, is what police do. You are a dumb cunt.
|by Anonymous||reply 51||08/17/2013|
I got a fucking ticket, r51. Did you even read my post? What world do you live in? I guess that I am LUCKY that I get to vote and work, since I am black, lesbian, and a female. I'm sure you are a troll, so I will move on...
|by Anonymous||reply 52||08/17/2013|
Dumpkoffs! Can vee get back to der subject?
|by Anonymous||reply 53||08/17/2013|
R39, but only you and four other losers saw that film.
|by Anonymous||reply 54||08/17/2013|
Lame, they didn't even pick the best camp names. If I was a nazi racist, I'd have gone with Bolzano, Breendonk, Scrochowitz, Slutthof, and Herzogenbusch.
|by Anonymous||reply 55||08/18/2013|
Do zee kids appear on dee lawn and seeng excerpts from 'zee sound of museek'? Ja, veddy entertaining.
|by Anonymous||reply 56||08/18/2013|
Buy the kids an Easy Bake Oven.
|by Anonymous||reply 57||08/18/2013|
I can't believe you shitheads have taken my plight so lightly. If I haven't responded, it is because I'm outrunning the biggest fucking forest fire in the history of America. I'm not making this up. We are in tents right now at a KOA with Wi Fi. In the distance, the entire hemisphere glows yellow and orange. The ash is terrible. I'll come back here and respond to you later.
|by Anonymous||reply 58||08/20/2013|
Wow. Trolldar R58 and take a stroll through Datalounge.
|by Anonymous||reply 59||08/20/2013|
Auschwitz.. dinner is ready!
|by Anonymous||reply 60||08/20/2013|
[quote]Dear [R42]: That is what police often do when they stop people for speeding or other reasons. It happens to whites and others too
Bullshit. I'm white and female and this doesn't happen to me. I'm also am attorney and middle aged now and I have certainly been harassed by a couple of cops, including one who tried to get a date out of the interaction, but they don't start with a presumption that I'm up to something because I'm driving down the road at 7 miles over the limit. I've certainly never (yet) been searched in a traffic stop.
That happens to young white males and all people of color all the time though. And it is either naive or disingenuous to pretend everyone gets treated the same way when stopped for speeding.
|by Anonymous||reply 61||08/20/2013|
I thuothg teh tngih smae, 33R
|by Anonymous||reply 62||08/20/2013|